All ART® Courses

20191128 Lower Extremity Level 1 Course in Vancouver
Course:
Lower Extremity Level 1
Location:Vancouver, BC
Dates:
November 28 - December 1, 2019

20191128 Lower Extremity Level 2 Course in Vancouver
Course:
Lower Extremity Level 2
Location:Vancouver, BC
Dates:
November 28 - December 1, 2019

20191130 Full Body Level 1 in Colorado Springs
Course:
Full Body Level 1
Location:Colorado Springs, CO
Dates:
November 30 - December 8, 2019

20191205 Spine Level 1 in Chicago
Course:
Spine Level 1
Location:Chicago, IL
Dates:
December 5-8, 2019

20191205 Spine Level 2 in Chicago
Course:
Spine Level 2
Location:Chicago, IL
Dates:
December 5-8, 2019

20191207 Long Tract Nerve Entrapment Course in Altamonte Springs, FL
Course:
Long Tract Nerve Entrapment
Location:Altamonte Springs, FL
Dates:
December 7, 2019

20191207 Long Tract Nerve Entrapment Course in Henderson, NV
Course:
Long Tract Nerve Entrapment
Location:Henderson, NV
Dates:
December 7, 2019

20191210 Online Recertification Course
Course:
Online Recertification Course
Dates:December 10, 2019

20191212 Spine Level 1 Course in Scottsdale
Course:
Spine Level 1
Location:Scottsdale, AZ
Dates:
December 12-15, 2019

20191212 Spine Level 2 in Scottsdale
Course:
Spine Level 2
Location:Scottsdale, AZ
Dates:
December 12-15, 2019

What can you expect at an ART® course?

A strong understanding of human anatomy and physiology is vital when learning and practicing ART. It is strongly recommended that providers take time prior to the courses to study their materials and watch the DVD(s) in order to be prepared for the course itself. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday will be educational days comprised of 80 percent hands-on work and 20 percent lecture. Instructors will present each protocol and then break into small groups to practice and answer questions. Testing will take place on Sunday mornings and once a provider passes the practical exam, they are considered a Certified ART® Provider.

Who can take an ART® course?

In order to participate in an Active Release Technique Soft-Tissue Management training course, you must be a licensed health care professional with soft-tissue malpractice insurance. In other words, you must be licensed/certified to perform soft tissue treatment on patients/clients and sign and return an ART® Conditional Licensure Agreement.

Some areas of certifications include chiropractors, medical and osteopathic doctors, physical and occupational therapists and assistants, physiotherapists, massage therapists, certified athletic trainers, and students studying towards any of these certifications with proof of enrollment. Please call 888-396-2727 if you have a question in regards to certifications not listed.

*The student discount applies toward anyone studying toward his or her 1st degree in a licensed health care field.

Who needs these courses?

Courses are for practitioners who treat or manage soft-tissue injuries and conditions. Each participant should have an advanced understanding of anatomy.

There is immediate clinical application for chiropractors, physicians, osteopaths, massage therapists, physical and occupational therapists, and certified athletic trainers.

Students

If you have not already sent us proof of enrollment:
In order to register for a seminar at the student price we must have proof of current student enrollment. This can be a letter from the registrar/admissions office, current student schedule, receipt of tuition payed or if you have already graduated a dated copy of your diploma. The student rate is good for 6 months after your graduation date. This information can be faxed to us at 719-442-1504.